A 2004 Koenigsegg CCR and a 2008 Koenigsegg CCX have appeared for sale at Dutton Garage, a Melbourne-based luxury used car dealership.
The cars, one of 14 and one of 30 respectively, are two of a very small number of Koenigseggs in Australia, with the CCR being the only of its kind in the world in right-hand drive.
The timing of this appearance is odd, however, given the recent anointment of Dutton’s closest competitor Lorbek Luxury Cars as Australia’s only official Koenigsegg dealership.
Though the CCR and CCX are used cars, and are able to be sold wherever the owner likes, these two cars were quite prominently used during the opening of the Lorbek Koenigsegg showroom.
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The 2004 CCR is, as mentioned, the only factory built right-hook car of the 14 CCRs built, and one of only 9 surviving cars. Its twin-supercharged 4.7-litre V8 is capable of pulling it to 100km/h in just 3.2 seconds, thanks to 600kW+ and 920Nm.
This particular car, known in Australia for its ‘DR DRE’ number plate (and the fact it’s a Koenigsegg) has only covered 600km. Its price, as with the CCX, is listed as POA.
The other car is the ‘MR X’ CCX, which features the same engine and outputs as the CCR. Its 0-100km/h sprint is, however, two tenths quicker at 2.9 seconds.
As one of two Australian-delivered CCXs, and with an odometer reading 1600km, it’s likely this car will fetch a very handsome sum. It’s not like you have many options if you’re looking for a Koenigsegg, anyway.